A third grader at Willard Elementary in River Forest, IL, Norman Carroll created Color Square using cray pas on watercolor paper, bleeding primary colors to create secondary colors. The result is a study in modern art, complete with dimension, and texture reminiscent of the blurred images one might see through the window on a rainy day. When Norman is not creating art, he enjoys sports and spending time with his family, who is always on hand to cheer his baseball team to victory. We’re sure they’re cheering for this colorful creation, too.
Color Square is now a permanent part of the Sax student art library, featuring watercolors, acrylics, oil paintings, pastel pieces, mixed media designs, and 3-D art created by inspiring students around the country. We’re thrilled to promote these student works on our catalogs and other marketing materials.
And we can help YOU inspire the artist in your students! Join us in celebrating your students’ inspired artwork by submitting it for consideration for a future Sax catalog cover – if selected you and your student will both win a Sax gift certificate! Entering is simple – just email an image of your selected artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org.